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REPORTER: Inspire of the impressive trappings some branches of the medicine field are closer to being an art than a science. Among them the business of electrostephetography, analysing brain waves, The machinery in use today is expensive upwards from 10,000 dollars, but the principal is 120yrs old..........................more sensitive than the old equip Accurately information that couldn't be seen previously.
DOCTOR: The electronic analysis done-through our method will certainly show much more material but our first aim is to duplicate what the SEG experts to now and the meaning of that is going to be up to the doctor, ....error lies on the surface and as a matter of fact previous examinations of EEG wat they are occupied themselves with the crest of the wave all along, we get a feeling of the voltage fluctuation and that's all an EEG pattern, is a pattern voltage fluctuation."
REPORTER: FIVE years ago medical journals were calling for such techniques...........all the answers are contained in the digits leaving the computer 20 timed a second.
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